Anandha Inn Convention Centre & Suites
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... town of Pondicherry where
India and France collide. Once a French colony, which is now shown mostly in
the French quarter a few block wide strip along the beach promenade, where you
find clean streets and buildings, restaurants serving French food and meat and
relatively quiet. Once you exit the French quarter it is, as the lonely planet
labels it, honk-roar-haggle-honk South India. The intensity and explosion of
... We sifted through the edges of the large rock picking the smaller ones out by hand to join the rest of our pile. Nothing is insignificant here...not a rock, not a scrap piece of wood, cracked bricks, and definitely not food as the village waits to distribute what we don't eat...nothing! Kumare hoists the heavy food pot to the top of her head walks past me and smiles....I have everything to be thankful for!!!! Peace and love. ...
... local Indian options. The Surguru restaurant on Mission street was our (almost) exclusive choice - lots of choice, the food is tasty, and the place is popular with the tourists as well as the locals. We certainly enjoyed the 3 days in Pondy, and particularly the guest house and surrounding quartier, but there are no special sights in town, and we did not fancy going out to Auroville to see the community out there and, not being into Ashram culture etc, that was long enough for ...
... are mere visitors in this place, so we’re playing by their rules, and not ours. If it had been some wacko staying here, with western rules, I may have not been so compassionate that’s for sure.
The morning actually turned out to be a quite nice one, despite the alarming start. I sat with the camera and took some pictures of the dawn by a huge statue in a field, playing chase games with the dogs and giving them a scratch behind their ears, in those hard to ...
... which hit us as soon as we walked out of our guest house.
And we (as in the adults of the family at least, not so much the kids) loved that contrast, so the fact that we could have a chicken baguette for lunch in a nice café and a thali in a typical South Indian Canteen for dinner suited us very well.
D for Doorways
We loved all the unique Pondicherry doorways in bold colours, often with gorgeous flowers outside and ...